Emirates has selected the new Thales’ AVANT Up system for its incoming fleet of Airbus A350 aircraft, scheduled for delivery in 2024.
As travel rebounds from the impact of the pandemic, Emirates Airline is preparing for its busiest period yet, with over 550,000 customers expected to fly out from the UAE between June and July on over 2,400 weekly network-wide departures.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid have directed urgent aid to Pakistan, mobilising people and businesses across the UAE, and said we’re ready to play our part.
Soon, customers flying from Dubai to any of Emirates’ 12 destinations in the US will be able to choose facial recognition technology at the departure gates, reducing the time taken for identity checks to two seconds or less.
Perhaps no other literature festival promises to be as intellectually stimulating and culturally entertaining as the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature in Dubai.
Enhanced cleaning and disinfection on all aircraft from Dubai regardless of route, fee waivers for booking changes and offer for skywards members ability to retain status with reduced tier travel requirement are few of the steps taken by the airlines.
Air Arabia customers can change their existing and new bookings made until March 31, 2020, for travel until Dec.31, 2020, up to 72 hours prior to departure. The airline said the offer is valid for travel from March 22, 2020, and is applicable to all fares including Etihad Guest redemptions and Etihad Holiday bookings.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Emirates is highlighting one aspect of how women in aviation are supporting economies and touching lives across the world.
Emirates Airline welcomed President Carlos Alvarado Quesada of Costa Rica, the First Lady of the Republic, Claudia Dobles Camargo and their delegation at Expo 2020 Dubai. Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Emirates Group Chairman and Chief Executive, together with the airline’s